Adding images in WordPress is very easy. All of your images will be stored and can be managed in the Media Library, but you can take several different paths to get there.
The most common path is adding an image directly to a post or page. This automatically saves the image in the Media Library and displays the image wherever you inserted it.
You can also add images directly to the Media Library through the multi-file loader or the single-file loader. For advanced user, you can upload images directly using an FTP Client.
When writing or editing a post, you can add an image using the Add Media button above the editor box. This opens a window that displays the multi-file uploader. From here you can drag and drop your picture or select it using the file selector.
The images you add here will be automatically added to the Media Library.
If you want to upload an image for a future post, from the dashboard go to Media --> Add New. From here you can bulk upload multiple images before you know which post you want them to go into.
If you know what an FTP program is, you can upload images directly to the /wp-content/uploads folder.
For more information, see FTP Client.
WordPress can resize images and create thumbnails.
Refer to the following for more information:
- Inserting Images into Posts and Pages
- Wrapping Text Around Images
- Styling Images in Posts and Pages
- Using Image and File Attachments
テンプレート:img You can add images to your WordPress site through the use of template tags, Plugins, and in the stylesheet of your Theme as background images. It is really up to your imagination and web design skills on how you include images in WordPress.
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